CRESTWOOD CITIZENS ASSOCIATION
WASHINGTON, DC | ESTABLISHED 1941
ABOUT CrestwoodCrestwood is a heavily-treed, entirely residential neighborhood located in NW Washington, DC and bordered on three sides by Rock Creek Park. It is bounded by 16th Street NW, on the east, Morrow Drive NW on the northwest and Rock Creek Park on the west and south. Learn more about Crestwood here.
The Crestwood Citizens Association was formed in 1941. The purpose of the Association is to enhance and protect the quality of life in Crestwood while giving residents a voice in city and community affairs.
We also aim to further the neighborhood health, safety and welfare, to develop a neighbor network for social interaction, community building, public safety, and the sharing of information and resources, and to have an official community organization that is effective, efficient, fun and supported by the community for concerted, coordinated civic participation.
WE want your photo here!
Please send us a photo of what Crestwood means to you and we will feature a rotating selection of neighbor-submitted photos here. Dogs, cats, kids, trees, cars, houses - anything is game (ahem-within reason)! Just send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org!
FEATURED ACTION TEAM
The Crestwood Citizens Association Green Team focuses on Environmental Awareness, Gardening & Landscape Ideas, Green Space Maintenance, the CCA Garden Tour, Rock Creek Park issues, November Community Clean- Up/Beautification.
Please contact email@example.com for more information or to get involved!
Recent History Blog Posts
Crestwood: 300 Acres, 300 Years, by David Swerdloff, relates the history of our neighborhood with the help of more than 200 vintage photographs, maps, documents and news articles. This 132-page book costs $20, with all proceeds benefiting the Crestwood Citizens Association. Order from firstname.lastname@example.org.